To help people better understand the health of the Upper Rio Grande Basin, a first-ever "report card" gave the overall river basin a "C" for its moderate condition, and warned improvements are needed.
After years of dispute and finally reaching an historic agreement over the use of water from the Rio Grande River, the states of Texas, New Mexico and Colorado are requesting a special master, and eventually the U.S. Supreme Court, to approve their settlement terms considering a recent objection raised by the Biden administration.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has unanimously voted development of the massive SunZia Transmission Wind Project can continue.
Conventional grazing can be more devastating to the land than fire, because fire comes through and doesn't stay.
Thirteen Secretaries of State led by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in Moore v. Harper, a case that will have the court considering the "independent state legislature" theory.
The federal government plans to pay farmers that draw water from the Colorado River to take less, one piece of a multi-pronged plan to reduce usage.
August 2022 agriculture prices received for the USDA mountain states region.
U.S. Sen. John Thune, a South Dakota Republican, is co-sponsoring a bill with Sen. Ben Ray Lujan, D-New Mexico, to assist farmers affected by drought and other weather-related events.
A new study found gas flaring in oil-producing states is not as effective in limiting harmful emissions when compared to long-standing estimates.
A judge in New Mexico ruled this week that Otero County Commissioner Couy Griffin must be removed from his position following his role in the January 6 U.S. Capitol riot.